|Object||Flip tiles up or down to make no fewer than seven cubic shapes|
|Difficulty||Level 7 - Challenging|
|Type||Plastic Interlocking Puzzles|
Made from virtually indestructible plastic. 18 tiles can be flipped up and down to build 7 possible cubic shapes. The tiles snap into place very easily, so no excessive force is required. Good to build your 3D visual and spatial skills. Invented by George Miller, who also makes prototypes for other puzzle designers, and manufactured by Recent Toys.
How to play:
1. Fold the squares and connect the edges to form a 3D cube.
2. Continue making cubes until all edges are connected.
3. Challenge yourself to create all 7 shapes.
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4 out of 5 stars
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This puzzle is a lot of fun to play with. My kids love it too. Not too hard once you get the hang of it.